In French, most adjectives come after the noun. - However, there are exceptions that can be grouped into four categories: beauty, age, goodness, and size (BAGS). - Adjectives related to beauty (such as "belle" and "jolie") come before the noun. - Adjectives related to age (such as "vieux" and "ancien") also come before the noun. - Adjectives related to goodness (such as "bon" and "gentil") come before the noun. - Adjectives related to size (such as "grand" and "petit") come before the noun. - There are a few exceptions where the adjective can be placed after the noun, but their meaning may change. - It is important to learn these exceptions in order to use the correct position for adjectives. - Practice and review the lesson to remember the adjectives that come before the noun. - Most adjectives in French come after the noun, but there are some exceptions.